Complete Definition of "sensation"

English

Etymology
From mediaeval Latin sensationem, from L. sensus.

Pronunciation
IPA|/s�nseɪ��n/
audio|en-us-sensation.ogg|Audio (US)

Noun
en-noun

  1. A physical feeling or perception from something that comes into contact with the body; something sensed.
  2. A widespread reaction of interest or excitement.

Translations
trans-top|physical feeling
Finnish: tunne, tuntemus
German: Sinneseindruck m
trans-mid
Spanish: sensación
trans-bottom

trans-top|widespread excitement
Finnish: sensaatio
German: Sensation f
trans-mid
Telugu: స��లన� (samchalanam)
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French

Etymology
From mediaeval Latin sensationem, from L.|fr sensus.

Pronunciation
IPA|/s��sasj��/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /sA~.sa.sjO~/

Noun
fr-noun|f

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